Posted By Veiled Muslimah on/at 10/12/2007 03:11:00 AM

Assalāmu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullāhi Wabarakath,

It is with a heavy heart that I depart with the holy month of Ramadhan. A month full of endless barakat and mercy. Who knows if we will stay alive till till next Ramadhan? Death, the destroyer of pleasure is always around the corner.

May Allah subhanna wa ta'ala accept our siyaam, our qyiaam and our worship of him.
May Allah suhanna wa ta'ala keep us alive to meet the next Ramadhan. Ameen.

I'd like to wish all of you:

Eid Mubarak/Eid Saeed

Taqabbal Allah minna wa minkum.
[May Allah accept from us and you].

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I hope everyone has a blessed Eid, full of happiness and love. Don't forget to keep those people in your duas who cannot celebrate Eid with their loved one and are imprisoned, those people who are poor and needy, those people who are suffering or are oppressed.

Secondly, if you want to tip your scale of good deeds a bit more and get the reward for fasting for a whole year, then the month of Shawwal in the Islamic Calendar is just around the corner.

Whoever fasts six days in the month of Shawwal and has fasted the month of Ramadhan - it is as if he or she has fasted the whole year.

Aboo Ayyoob al-Ansaaree narrated: Allaah’s Messenger, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, said: "He who fasts Ramadhaan, and six days of Shawwaal, it will be (in terms of rewards) as if the fasted a whole year." [Reported by Muslim, at-Tirmidhee, Aboo Daawood, Ahmad, Ibn Maajah]

[However, if anyone has missed some of the fasts of Ramadhan, they need to make up those first. For more information about this, click here.]

Don't let the oppurtunity pass you by.

Ma'asalama

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